Duncan Teague

Duncan TeagueDuncan E. Teague is a member of the Lay Ministers' group at Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Atlanta. He is a regular guest speaker at the Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Marietta and also a frequent facilitator of the "Spirituality and HIV" workshop of AIDS 101, hosted by AID Atlanta. He was a longtime member and vocalist at First E; and, after the retirement of the Rev. Lanier Clance, served as a member of the Interim Ministerial Team for almost two years. He was also on the Unitarian Universalist Associations Mid-South District's Hallelujah Team. Duncan has a "day job" at the AIDS Research Consortium of Atlanta. He is the Recruitment Coordinator for the tenofovir study and is the senior member of the ADODI Muse: A Gay Negro Ensemble. Duncan is married to his long-time companion, David Thurman, a neuro-epidemiologist at CDC's Center for Chronic Diseases and a member of the Atlanta Meeting of the Society of Friends (Quakers).